Rush to resolve triple zero glitch ahead of 3G shutdown

By Poppy Johnston
Updated March 17 2024 - 12:40pm, first published 12:38pm
Nearly 750,000 mobile phones may not be able to call triple zero on the 4G network. (Russell Freeman/AAP PHOTOS)
Nearly 750,000 mobile phones may not be able to call triple zero on the 4G network. (Russell Freeman/AAP PHOTOS)

The 3G switchover could be delayed if a working group of telecommunications heavy-hitters fails to iron out a technical glitch preventing some mobile phones from making emergency calls.

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